A terrorist member was captured driving in a car belonging to a deputy from the southeastern Muş province, the governor said Monday.
Muş Governor Seddar Yavuz said that a woman, the terror group's so-called representative of Muş, was detained in the deputy's vehicle during checks by security officials in the wake of a car bomb attack by PKK terrorists which killed two police officers in Bingöl.
Though Yavuz did not name the deputy, it is believed that the person mentioned was from the pro-Kurdish Peoples' Democratic Party (HDP) as two of the three Muş deputies are from the party which is known for its close ties with the PKK.
"We call on political parties to conduct politics in a legal manner, politicians should not be associated with terrorists involved in bomb attacks," Yavuz said.
On late Saturday, two police officers were killed and 20 people, including 14 civilians, were injured in a car bomb attack by PKK terrorists in the Genç district of eastern Bingöl province.